Study Finds Load Impacts Amputees, Prosthesis

Study Finds Load Impacts Amputees, Prosthesis

Research at the University of North Carolina shows lower-limb amputees could benefit from load-adaptive wearable robotics. While multiple studies examine the ways powered devices help amputees walk on level ground, few delve into the effects of real-world challenges...
Small Wearable to Track Epilepsy Data

Small Wearable to Track Epilepsy Data

  According to the Epilepsy Foundation, it is the fourth most-common neurological disorder, affecting more than 3.4 million people in the U.S. alone. It results in recurrent, unprovoked seizures, which can present in different forms and with varying intensity. The...
Wearable MRI Under Development [video]

Wearable MRI Under Development [video]

If you’ve never had the pleasure of an MRI scan, as a veteran of several sessions, let me tell you what it’s like. They put you on a platform that slides you into the heart of a giant metal donut, where you have to lie perfectly still. During the scan, it...
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